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Intonal Festival 2018

After three years of experiments and learning spent polishing bold and boundless lineups, 2018 marked the fourth edition of Intonal and with it, further confirmed the Swedish festival as a much needed beacon of light for the Nordic experimental music scene. Inverted Audio editor-in-chief Tom Durston shares his personal experience of his time spent at Intonal.

Pom Pom: Untitled

On this new release for Ostgut Ton, you’d think Pom Pom would be ready to step out of the Vantablack shadows covering their album covers. Nope: Pom Pom decides to luxuriate in it, and ‘Untitled’ is no exception to the rule.

Deeat Palace: Deeat Palace

Fresh off an excellent split of AFX-indebted electro and chopped-and-screwed rap courtesy of Crave and Lieu Noir, Parisian label Mind Records returns with Deeat Palace’s self-titled debut, serving up a pair of blustery mind-benders, harnessing the power of convulsive noise strata and rogue synth waves rising from the abysses. Not for the faint of heart.

Tom Hang: To Be Held In A Non-Position

Jimmy Asquith is best known for heading up the suite of Lobster Theremin labels, it’s distribution arm, and its fledgling London based record store. Just recently, he has started to make himself known as a producer in his own right, rolling out an EP and archive out-takes releases under the moniker Tom Hang. Now, following these initial exploratory expeditions, is his debut album ‘To Be Held In A Non-Position’.

Music Video: Valiska – Heavy Riser

With the release of Valiska’s fifth studio album ‘On Pause’ out now on Trouble In Utopia imprint, we caught up with Krzysztof Sujata and Francis Redman to discover more about the makings of the video and the atmosphere they have captured within it.

Huerco S.

Ahead of his highly anticipated live performance at the Inverted Audio curated stage “Campfire Headphase” at Farr Festival 2017, Kansas native Brian Leeds aka Huerco S. contributes the 250th mix to our podcast series with over an hours worth of unquiet electronics and outernational noise.